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Underlying federated search is MERLOT's Web Services software. Our Web Services can be incorporated into Web-based applications by software developers to provide direct search capability into the MERLOT collection from a Web-based application. MERLOT currently offers a “basic simple search ” Web Service available to any MERLOT...
Underlying federated search is MERLOT's Web Services software. Our Web Services can be incorporated into Web-based applications by software developers to provide direct search capability into the MERLOT collection from a Web-based application. MERLOT currently offers a “basic simple search ” Web Service available to any MERLOT members, subject to the terms below as well as the conditions of our Web Services and related Software Agreement found at http://taste.merlot.org/wsrs.html.
MERLOT also offers a suite of web services for partners as part of the Partnership MOU. These include the MERLOT Advanced Web Services for Materials and Members, a "Contribute Materials" web service as well as a number of other utility web services for registering and adding material comments. The latest addition is the Personal Collection web service to add and edit Personal Collections. The conditions of their use can be found in the table below. For more information, contact the MERLOT Webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org, and they will connect you to the right development person.
If you are a MERLOT Web Service developer or a System Administrator wishing to deploy the new MERLOT Web Service, you must obtain our existing Web Service code and request a license key to "unlock" the MERLOT Web service code in your application. The code and its related documentation will be sent once a license key is requested. You can initiate a key request at http://www.merlot.org/merlot/signWebServicesForm.htm.